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The Eiffel Tower is Rotting!

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According to the report about the Eiffel Tower, one of the biggest symbols of France, the historical building started to rust. Referring to the latest condition of the building in a French magazine, “Gustave Eiffel will have a heart attack if he visits here.” The last claim about the Eiffel Tower, which was completed in 1889, worried those who heard it. A report about the building, which has stood for 133 years, has been leaked.

Needs Repair

According to the news of the French magazine Marianne, the Eiffel needs to be repaired urgently, otherwise it may face destruction. Instead, the Eiffel was given a purely cosmetic makeover for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.

Gustave Eiffel will have a heart attack if he visits here,” an unnamed manager at the tower told Marianne. aforementioned. Eiffel said the building should be painted every 7 years. The 324-metre-high 7,300-ton iron tower was built for the 1889 world’s fair. Eiffel, the civil engineer who designed and built the monument, said detecting and stopping the spread of rust was the biggest challenge to the construction’s longevity.

Eiffel Tower

Paint Required

Stating that the tower should be painted every seven years, Kule said, “Paint is an indispensable material for the protection of a metallic structure, and the care taken while doing this is the only guarantee of its longevity.” used the phrase. Experts told Marianne that the work would be just like a cosmetic facelift and the outcome would not be good.

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